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Yu-Gi-Oh!

Yu-Gi-Oh! Kazuki Takahashi’s manga series “King of Games” was written and illustrated in Japan. Between September 1996 and March 2004, it was published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shnen Jump magazine. The story revolves around a little child named Yugi Mutou who solves the Millennium Puzzle. Yugi wakes a gambling alter-ego or spirit within his body that …

Tokyo Vice – The new HBO Max series for The Yakuza

Tokyo Vice chronicles the story of American journalist Jake Adelstein (Baby Driver’s Ansel Elgort), who traveled to Tokyo in the 1990s and worked as a reporter for a local newspaper. Jake is the team’s first foreigner, which makes life difficult for him. He also aspires to be a crime reporter, which adds to the challenge. …

The Best Record Stores in Japan,Tokyo

Vinyl-focused record shops, which used to cater mostly to the city’s DJ population, have seen a resurgence in Tokyo over the last decade, attracting large crowds of quality-conscious music fans who still prefer real albums to digital downloads. While areas like Shibuya and Shimokitazawa are particularly fertile ground for vinyl collectors wishing to embark on …

Roppongi greatest bars and restaurants – Tokyo, Japan

The fantastic bars and pubs in Roppongi are a great way to get started before going clubbing. A frequent local habit is to start with one drink in a bar or pub and then head to the club. You won’t be heading to a crowded spot because most of these venues are locals’ hidden gems; …

Roppongi – Tokyo, Japan Nightlife District

Roppongi is a district in Minato, Tokyo, Japan, known for its rich Roppongi Hills development area and thriving nightlife. Near Roppongi, there are a few foreign embassies, and the nightlife is popular among both locals and foreigners. It is located in Tokyo’s central district, south of Akasaka and north of Azabu. Numerous bars, nightclubs, strip …

Saba Sushi

Saba sushi is a popular form of sushi in Japan, with the most popular locations being Kyoto and Osaka. The salted mackerel is served on top of sushi rice that has been combined with vinegar and molded into a rectangle. Seaweed, sesame seeds, or chives are frequently used as garnishes, depending on what’s available or …

Game Go In Japan

Go, sometimes known as Weiqi or Weichi, is a two-player abstract strategy board game in which the goal is to surround more territory than the opponent. The game was created more than 2,500 years ago in China and is thought to be the world’s oldest board game still in use today. According to a 2016 …

Drifting In Tokyo, Japan

Drifting got its start in Japanese auto racing. The All Japan Touring Car Championship races were the most popular. Kunimitsu Takahashi, a famous motorcycle turned driver, was the pioneer of drifting methods in the 1970s. He won multiple championships as a result of this, as well as a legion of followers who relished the spectacle …

Festivals & Events in Kyoto

–  The Kyoto calendar is jam-packed with fun festivals and events. The following is a list of Kyoto’s most important and interesting annual festivals and events. The major festivals and events are listed here. Check out our monthly events pages for smaller, one-time events that you might be interested in. Simply use the search box …

Yakuza

Yakuza, sometimes known as gokud, are members of Japanese-based global organized criminal syndicates. The Japanese police and media refer to them as bryokudan at the behest of the police, but the yakuza refer to themselves as ninky dantai. The English counterpart of yakuza is gangster, which refers to a member of a Mafia-like criminal organization. …